A FISH CALLED AVALON— Seafood. A Fish Called Avalon, located in the heart of Ocean Drive’s Art Deco district, is a top epicurean destination. Inspired creations consist of seafood caught merely hours earlier, along with a fine collection of steaks and flavorful poultry. Enjoy the ocean’s breeze and the sounds of the tropics while dining outdoors. Discover why Zagat, AAA and many local publications rate this restaurant graciously. www.afishcalledavalon.com. 700 Ocean Drive, Miami Beach, 305.532.1727. BLT STEAK— Steakhouse. At the Betsy South Beach Hotel, Chef Laurent Tourondel presents his Miami version of the American steakhouse, with local chef Sam Gorenstein at the helm. Organized by category and complemented by savory sauces, the BLT menu offers Certified Black Angus or USDA Prime steaks, plus American and Japanese Kobe beef, lamb, chicken, fish and an extensive raw bar. Generous side dishes grace the table in cast-iron coquettes. L and D (daily), brunch Sa-Su. www. the betsy hotel. com. 1440 Ocean Drive, Miami Beach, 305.531.6100. BYBLOS MIAMI— Mediterranean. Recently opened at The Royal Palm Hotel, Byblos provides the best in Eastern Mediterranean fare. Executive Chef Cameron traveled throughout the region to create an authentic menu of family-style dining, infusing local favorites with overseas flair, such as the use of Argan and olive oils. www. byblosmiami.com. 1545 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, 305.508.5041. CASA TUA— Italian. Chic Italian restaurant set in a refurbished 1925 Mediterranean-style house. Complete with several dining areas including a stunning outdoor garden and a Communal eat-in kitchen. The lounge upstairs is members only. www. casatualifestyle.com. 1700 James Ave., 305.673.1010. THE FORGE— Steakhouse. With a rich history that dates back to the 1930s, The Forge has been the go-to spot for political leaders, celebrities and socialites. Frank Sinatra, Jackie Gleason, former president Richard Nixon, Michael Jackson and Al Pacino have been notable regulars here. The farm-to-table inspired menu features a curated assortment of seafood including Maine lobster, Canadian salmon, Chilean sea bass and whole branzino as well as prime and aged steaks, salads and raw bar items. Choose from over 80 wines by the glass from the famed Wine Cellar with more than 300,000 vintages, or try one of the signature cocktails. www.theforge.com. 432 41st St., Miami Beach, 305.538.8533. GIANNI’S AT THE VILLA— Mediterannean. Gianni’s at The Villa, Casa Casuarina—formerly the home of famed designer Gianni Versace— is the place to celebrate in luxury and style. The restaurant features Mediterranean mouthwatering meals expertly prepared by Executive Chef Thomas Stewart overlooking the glittering gold tiles along the Million Mosaic pool and garden. www. vm miami beach. com. 1116 Ocean Drive, Miami Beach, 786.485.2200. HAKKASAN— Asian. Alan Yau, the owner of Britain’s only Michelin-rated Chinese restaurant, Hakkasan, debuts his first restaurant in the U.S. at the Fontainebleau Miami Beach. It offers diners a diverse menu of New World wines and sake to complement Yau’s inventive Chinese fare. Located on the fourth-floor rooftop, it affords guests a stunning view of the beach and the Atlantic Ocean. www. fontaine bleau.